Kathmandu, August 16( Nepal Niti)-North Korea has rejected any further talks with South Korea, calling its decision completely the fault of South Korea’s actions. It issued a statement in response to a speech by South Korea President Moon Jae-in on Thursday.
In the speech marking Korea’s liberation from Japanese rule, President Moon vowed to unite the Korean peninsula by 2045. President Moon said the goal of achieving denuclearization on the Korean peninsula was its most critical juncture as talks between North and South appear deadlock.
In a statement, the North questioned the meaning of dialogue when the event at this moment, South Korea continues its joint military exercise and to speak of a peaceful economy or a peaceful regime, it has no right to do so. North Korea expressed anger over the US-South Korean military drills currently taking place, stating they violate agreements reached with US President Donald Trump and President Moon